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of or relating to the axil

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of or relating to the armpit

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The cord-like axillary nerve is palpated on the deep surface of the deltoid approximately 2-3 cm below the inferior end of the wound.
Conversely, performing distal nerve blocks to minimize phrenic nerve blockade, such as the combined suprascapular and axillary nerve block approach, results in an incomplete analgesic technique.
Long head of the triceps brachii in axillary nerve injury: anatomy and clinical aspects.
The favourite nerve transfers to achieve shoulder abduction are spinal accessory to supra-scapular nerve transfer and/or triceps branch radial nerve to axillary nerve. The later nerve transfer, however, is only possible when the roots supplying the posterior cord are intact and triceps has grade 4 or 5 power.
A final attempt at nonsurgical intervention was collectively decided upon, with suggestion made to attempt regional axillary nerve block as a means of reducing sympathetic tone attributing to the severe vasoconstriction.
The axillary nerve was carefully exposed and protected at this location but not formally explored.
The patient unfortunately did not recover shoulder abduction and forward elevation as an ENG assessed a complete neurapraxia of the axillary nerve (Figures 2(d)-2(f)).
The posterior humeral circumflex artery (arteria circumflexa humeri posterior, PHCA) stems from the AA at the distal border of the subscapularis (musculus subscapularis) from the proximal segment of the infrapectoral (last, third) part of the AA and runs dorsally into the quadrangular space (foramen humerotrici-pitale, spatium axillare laterale) together with the axillary nerve (nervus axillaris).
Motor response of the musculocutaneus nerve was recorded from the biceps muscle, the axillary nerve from the deltoid muscle, and the radial nerve from the triceps muscle by using superficial electrodes.
The next rerouting involved the axillary nerve, which serviced the patient's still-functioning deltoid muscles.
If there is acute anterior dislocation, check for axillary nerve involvement.
Transferring the radial to axillary nerve was originally described in 1948 by Alexander Lurje from Russia.
Independent of the method, the proximity of needle to brachial nerves is important for successful axillary nerve block.